The Building Performance Podcast is an interview series drawing on the experience and ideas of a wide array of professionals in the high performance building industry. The intersection of advances in building technologies, the energy crisis, green building trends, and the environmental crisis has made it hard to pursue business-as-usual. The general climate is forcing those of us in the building industry to take a more integrated, systematic approach to building. We talk with engineers, policy makers, program managers, contractors, diagnosticians, ESCOs, architects, utilities, and building managers, among others. Hosted by Corbett Lunsford of the Building Performance Workshop, author of Home Performance Diagnostics and creator of an arsenal of resources for understanding and using home performance testing.
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Today Corbett drills down into the details of high-resolution, long-lasting testing trackers called 'dataloggers' with Paul Gannett, an engineer at HOBO by Onset. These days we can track the temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide (CO2), light levels, ... more
Today Corbett dives deep into the science of using HVAC to control indoor air quality (IAQ) with Dr. Jeffrey Siegel, professor of civil engineering at the University of Toronto. Jeff is named in over a hundred scientific studies published in this top... more
Today we went deep with Matt Risinger (https://www.youtube.com/user/MattRisinger)on the challenges builders face from their industry, their traditions, and their clients. Part of our upcoming Season Two of 'Home Diagnosis' TV, which you can see at: h... more
Amazing quality content, great guests, and a very unique perspective that I have not found anywhere else in the podcast world as of yet. more
Joking aside this is a great podcast with great information. thank you.
Awesome podcast hope it manages to get going again
I am a newbie to the industry so I am looking for a bit more meat, I find that while the show opens up a lot of topics and brings to light building performance ideas, the instruction or what I can walk away with is actually very minimal. I have listened to over 10 podcast now but find maybe a nugget here or there. Dont get me wrong, I am spending time learning on my own as well, buying the book online too, but was kind of hoping for a bit more instruction on these as opposed to a trip down memor... more
I first heard you when you were a guest of Bryan Orr's podcast. I have listened to several of your podcasts and subscribed to your YouTube channel. Great information! Thank you.
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